Fundamental Amplifier Techniques with Electron Tubes
For years, author Rudolf Moers searched for a textbook about electron tube amplifiers in order to learn how to design amplifiers using electron tubes, given that one has a reasonable knowledge of analog electronics. Since he never found such a book, he decided to write his own!
There are two aspects of a technical book that readers like to see: accuracy and a pleasing readability. The instructions and formulas in this book are provided in such a way that the reader can easily follow them through, even without a strong sense of mathematics. He opens with a brief introduction and moves into the principles of electron emission in Chapter 2. Chapters 3, 4, 5 and 6 treat the diode, triode, tetrode and pentode respectively, each with a different framework, but only at middle frequencies and without discussing distortion and negative feedback. Chapter 7 treats the limits of audio frequencies and in Chapter 8 are discussions about distortion and noise. Chapter 9 concerns negative feedback and in Chapter 10 you can read how to build your own electron tube amplifier.
The aim of the book is to give readers useful knowledge about electron tube technology in the application of audio amplifiers, including their power supplies, for the design and DIY construction of electron tube amplifiers. You'll gain all the knowledge you need to calculate, build, and test circuit parameters.
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